Hingori Series of Books
The Hingori Series of Books include Karmasutra - Cracking the Karmic Code and Aatmasutra - Unveiling the Soul

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Thoughts and Experiences shared by readers of the books

Your Brain on Om: The Science of Mantra

04:02 20 February in Articles of Interest
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There is a vast science of sound in yoga used for increasing awareness and expanding emotional states In response to my first post on yoga and the brain, I received a thoughtful question from a reader: "Why would my brain want to love saying Om?" We have often heard (or heard of) yoga students or ourselves chanting the sound Om or Aum at the beginning or end of a yoga class. When I first took a yoga class, I was curious as to the reason and significance of using this sound, feeling slightly awkward uttering aloud this unfamiliar sound. Indeed, in some of my yoga classes, there may be students who opt out of participating in this part, instead choosing to...

There is something about Karma – Jeff Wilson

03:53 14 February in Articles of Interest
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I’m not condemning any spiritual methodology. I respect that everyone has their own experiences and from those experiences beautifully unique theories and mentalities surrounding the mystery of human life. In that vein of respect and acknowledgement, I would like to point out the misunderstandings surroundings Karma. Karma has been equated to a system, where you ‘get what you put in’ or ‘reap what you sow’. This is true to an extant, but the ‘pay off’ or ‘reaping’ happens in another life time. There is also a system of intertwining energies and intentions. ‘Karma in Buddhism is action. Action in the form of the thinking. Thinking is acting. Speaking is acting. And doing things is acting. And every act has a result....

How the Colour of Your Aura Affect Others – by Steven Aitchison

01:16 07 February in Articles of Interest
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Before we talk about how our aura affects people, let’s have a look at the colours and a very brief description of each. Pink-loving and giving, highly sensitive and very intuitive to others needs Red-enthusiastic and energetic with a quick temper Orange-good hearted and kind Yellow-intelligent and a good conversationalist Blue-very rare, great communicators, highly intuiti ve, very calming Green-creative, hardworking, admired, successful Purple-highly psychic and very intuitive Gold-full of love, and see beauty and love in every thing White/silver-very gifted, intuitive, practical, sen sitive Brown-negative, selfish, no self-confidence or self -worth Black –angry and full of hate, negative, dark souls We all have a personal energy space of about 3 ft. Those of us that have ever suffered any type of physical abuse will have a wider space, some up to...

Scientists may have discovered what sleeping position gives you nightmares

01:22 30 January in Articles of Interest
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What is “Nishta”? – Swami Vivekananda

09:01 25 January in Articles of Interest
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There is a story of Hanuman, who was a great worshipper of Rama; just as the Christians worship Christ as the incarnation of God, so the Hindus worship many incarnations of God; according to them, God came nine times in India, and will come once more. When he came as Rama this Hanuman was His great worshipper. Hanuman lived very long, and was a great Yogi, and during his lifetime Rama came again as Krishna, and he, being a great Yogi, knew that the same God had come back again as Krishna. He came and served Krishna, but he said to Him, “I want to see that Rama form of yours”. Krishna said.” Is not this form enough? I am this Krishna;...

Giving away our wealth has been the most satisfying thing we’ve done

03:06 21 January in Articles of Interest
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In 1993, Bill and Melinda Gates took a walk on the beach and made a big decision: to give their Microsoft wealth back to society. In conversation with Chris Anderson, the couple talks about their work at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, as well as their marriage, their children, their failures and the satisfaction of giving most of their money away.   ...